Cartwrite impresses as Withycombe Under-10s enjoy double delight against Honiton
PUBLISHED: 09:33 01 December 2011
Withycombe Under-10s powered to a couple of impressive wins over Honiton.
In the first game with landed a 40-0 victory with Lewis White drawing all the headlines for a superb shift that saw him score six tries playing, for the first time, at scrum half.
White’s efforts apart, the centre piece of an outstanding team show was the display of the forwards led by the two Josh’s, Arbury and Farr, who punched holes at will in the Honiton defence before releasing the ball for White who’s pace and eye for a gap was just too much for the home team to handle.
The remaining two tries were scored by Jack Wastenage who had an outstanding debut in the Withy green and black.
The second game saw Withy triumph 45-10 with the ubiquitous Joe Blyth scoring the first of his three tries as a result of quick ruck ball secured by the forwards.
The second try went to Jake Yarwood who was put into space thanks to a superbly timed pass from the impressive Harry Cartwright.
Jason Farrant was next to profit from good approach play, this time from Ben Bolwell, who made a trade mark break from around the base of the ruck before feeding the ball to Farrant to barge over the line.
Oscar Moyle scored the next try after spotting a gap in the visitor’s defence that he seared through without a defender getting a hand on him. Jake Yarwood became provider for the next try after linking up with Bolwell before feeding the rampaging Jason Farrant to score his second try.
Fellow forward Archie Symons was next on the score sheet, bulldozing his way over after being fed the ball by Bolwell.
Honiton scored a couple of consolation tries in quick succession before normal service resumed with Blyth scoring from a set play.
Ben Bolwell finally got on the score sheet himself after ripping the ball from a Honiton player deep in the opposition half then scampering forty metres to score a fine individual try. Joe Blyth completed his hat trick with a long range effort with the last play of the game